Some fast-growing Boston tech companies are choosing to forgo chasing after venture capital. For those companies, doing so would simply distract from focusing on building the best product possible—and ultimately, they strive to achieve financial sustainability by way of their customers alone.
Are investors behiving badly with extra large funding rounds?
A look at a couple of New Yorkers with a pre-seed fund
Crowdfunding, incubators, and other options for funding your business.
Learn to pitch with your four differentiators to catch an investors ear.
Women are starting businesses at one and a half times the national average. Yet female founders receive just 25 percent of angel investments in the U.S., and companies with a woman CEO get just 3 percent of venture capital.
A glossary of terms for your Series A.
8 Things to Know Before Raising a Seed Round
As young entrepreneurs in Los Angeles’ tech community continue to grab headlines with their multimillion-dollar companies, universities in Southern California are creating programs that cater to the new American Dream: launch a startup, disrupt an industry, change the world.
Tips to prepare your start-up to showcase to investors.
If you’re in decent financial shape with no debt or very little beyond a mortgage, you have myriad options for funding your startup.
5 deadly mistakes when pitching angel investors
7 startup rules for both Angel investors and company founders to follow.
In a new series from This Week in Startups, Entrepreneur Jason Calacanis tackles some of the questions about raising capital for startups.
An interview with Seth Goldstein, of The Secret of Raising Money and co-founder of DJZ